About Tuttle + Harkins

Jennifer Tuttle and David Harkins are Tuttle + Harkins.

We work together to offer a single point of contact for real estate services, including property sales and marketing, through our affiliation with Keller Williams Realty Charlotte Ballantyne Area.

From buying, selling, and renovating properties, to design support and open house staging, to property marketing and development, we leverage our unique backgrounds in real estate, design, business, marketing, and public relations to achieve results for our clients.

Focusing on residential properties, renovations, land, and property development, we understand the intricacies of preparing and marketing such properties. We provide a unique customer experience and guide each client through the process.

Working from Charlotte, North Carolina, we maintain an active network of providers to assist us when needed to help our clients achieve their property goals, whether in the Charlotte Area, in North or South Carolina, or throughout the United States and abroad.

Our client-centric approach to real estate is built with a keen eye for opportunity and on the strength of our negotiation skills; we take pride in delivering satisfaction for our clients and customers.

Jennifer Tuttle spent her early years on a dairy farm in Davie County, North Carolina. As an adult, she has lived most of her life in Charlotte, and she has experienced the city’s growth and development first-hand. Jennifer knows the city well and understands the unique vibe and characteristics of each neighborhood, and she keeps current with the Charlotte area’s dining, entertainment, and cultural options. She specializes in Charlotte residential real estate and relocation. [Read more…]

David Harkins picked up a passion for real estate at age 17 when he helped his father remodel one of his grandfather’s rental properties. In the early 1990’s he combined his love of real estate, research, and marketing into a market research firm specializing in market analysis and site selection. His only problem: He couldn’t sell or buy the real estate once he identified the best site for a client. Ten years and three states later, David made the time to get his North Carolina Real Estate license. [Read more…]